What Is Astroglide And How To Use It

by admin on November 2, 2010

Our “What Is KY Jelly and How to Use It” post was so popular we thought a detailed look at Astroglide would be a great follow-up. Let’s discuss everything you’ll need to know about Astroglide before you give it a try.

What is Astroglide?

Good question. Astroglide is a personal lubricant made by Biofilm, Inc. out of Vista, California. Astroglide makes a wide range of lubes used during sex. Their style of lubricants includes everything from liquid to gel to flavored and more.

How To Use Astroglide?

Another great question. Astroglide is a vaginal lubricant and is used like most other sex lubes. The product is applied in a variety of ways including direct application to the genitals, application via hand, or in some cases, the use of an applicator will do the trick.

Does Astroglide Cause Allergic Reactions, Rash, Yeast Infection, or Similar Problems?

Astroglide itself should not cause a yeast infection. While glycerin has been cited as a source of yeast infections, it’s simply not true. Glycerin can cause a yeast infection to get worse though due to high sugar content that feeds the yeast. If you’re prone to a yeast infection, the best option is to shop for glycerin and paraben free Astroglide.

Astroglide is not known to cause rashes and other allergic reactions. It does not contain fragrances and other ingredients that are common irritants. If you’re feeling any discomfort or irritation, discontinue use of the Astroglide product and see your physician.

What About Expiration Dates?

Astroglide does not have an “active ingredient” so it does not have an effective expiration date and can be used safely over long periods of time if necessary. Like any product, the quality of the lube could decrease over time so keep that in mind if you decide to buy in bulk.

What Types of Lubes Does Astroglide Make?

Here’s a list:

Astroglide Liquid is a water-based, slippery lubricant. It’s the best-selling lube by Astroglide and can be used safely with condoms and other latex condoms. Bedroom tested and doctor recommended for safe use during sex.

Astroglide Liquid

Astroglide Gel is another water-based, condom compatible lubricant. It’s designed to be thicker than the more popular liquid version.

Astroglide Gel

Astroglide Glycerine & Paraben Free is for those with sensitive skin or allergies. Made with the same high quality you would expect from an Astroglide lube.

Astroglide Glycerine & Paraben Free

Astroglide X is the only silicone based lubricant in the Astroglide family. It is designed to for those who demand high performance products to boost their sex life.

Astroglide X

Astroglide Natural combines all natural plant extracts to provide an all-natural, never sticky feel lubrication experience.

Astroglide Natural

Astroglide Trial Pack is perfect for those who aren’t sure which lubricant is the best for them. It gives you a trial size version of Astroglide X, Original, and Glycerin & Paraben Free.

Astroglide Trial Pack

If you’re looking for a free trial, the Astroglide website is offering free sample packets before you buy.

Astroglide is one of the most popular lubricant brands on the market. Give them a try and you won’t be disappointed.

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Charles Tingson August 28, 2012 at 3:03 am

Where I could buy Astroglide in the Philippines?
Thanks..

rd February 21, 2013 at 10:24 pm

you can buy astroglide at the lovestore – ermita or timog

Brando April 14, 2013 at 7:22 pm

We can only buy it in Ermita or timog? how about in other place such as Cavite? Can we buy it in any other outlets located in SM? Or in any drugstores for ex. watsons or mercury drug? please help.

sonny May 17, 2013 at 7:53 pm

How can we get Astroglide stains out of our bed sheets and hand towels? After age 70, we surely need a lubricant, but we have ruined at least 5 sets of sheets and a dozen white hand towels. My wife has tried washing them in cold water, and hot water, and with every kind of stain remover we can find. There are still gray stains on the sheets, and the towels look worse than the rags in my workshop. What can we do to clean these stains? Don’t suggest abstinance. Ain’t happenin!
Thanks,
Sonny

Sharon Denise Morris January 27, 2014 at 3:28 pm

Will use it again

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